(AP) -- It's going to get very interesting if the White Sox don't turn things around soon. Manager Ozzie Guillen has already gone off on a rant reminiscent of the one that cost LeeElia his job as skipper of the crosstown-rival Cubs 25 years ago. And Chicago enters this evening's game against visiting Minnesota mired in a six-game losing streak. It's a run of bad results that's dropped the White Sox from the top spot in the
American League Central standings. The Twins have won five in a row
and are two games up on Chicago.
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